Posted: Thu 20th Sep 2018

Police seek woman with a Staffy named Max following a ‘dangerous dog incident’ in Hawarden

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Sep 20th, 2018

South Flintshire Police team are appealing following what they describe as a ‘dangerous dog incident’ in Hawarden last Saturday.

Its understood a child was initially attacked by a brown and white Staffordshire Bull Terrier they believe to be called Max.

The child’s father tried to fend off the dog and sustained a serious arm injury.

Police say the incident took place on Saturday 15 September between 6.30-7 pm in Level Road Park, Hawarden.

They also say the owner of the dog is a woman aged between 30-40 years old say police, she is described as having blonde hair, around 5ft 7 inches tall and of average build, the woman was wearing a blue coat and jeans.

Officers are asking anyone with any information to contact them on 101 quoting reference number 18300095486.

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